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Respect: The Music Of Aretha Franklin
With The American Pops Orchestra
Featuring Deborah Cox
Conducted By Luke Frazier

Deborah Cox posing in front of a concreate wall

Dec 22, 2021 |Alexander W. Dreyfoos Concert Hall

Aretha Franklin, whose outstanding career has earned her 18 Grammy Awards and sold 75 million albums, has rightfully earned her title “The Queen of Soul.” Curated by Music Director, Luke S. Frazier, The American Pops Orchestra presents a musical tribute celebrating the legacy of music icon, Aretha Franklin, featuring Deborah Cox, Rayshun LaMarr, Nova Payton, and more. The American Pops Orchestra will perform some of the greatest hits of Aretha’s career, including “A Natural Woman,” “Chain of Fools,” “Spanish Harlem,” “Since You’ve Been Gone,” and more! The concert will also feature four custom arrangements designed to highlight the orchestra, including “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and “Angel.”

YOUR HEALTH. YOUR SAFETY. OUR PRIORITY.

The Kravis Center remains committed to your health and safety, and that of our artists, staff and volunteers. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Center. Like many other performing arts centers throughout the country, we have implemented new health and safety protocols to ensure your comfort and enjoyment while visiting the Center.

  • Guests aged 2 and over are required to wear a CDC approved mask that completely covers the nose, mouth and under the chin.
  • All guests aged 5 and over are required to present documentation (printed or digital) of a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of full vaccination status. No home testing will be accepted.

Review the full policy details and requirements at kravis.org/healthsafety

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Deborah Cox posing in front of a concreate wall

YOUR HEALTH. YOUR SAFETY. OUR PRIORITY.

The Kravis Center remains committed to your health and safety, and that of our artists, staff and volunteers. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Center. Like many other performing arts centers throughout the country, we have implemented new health and safety protocols to ensure your comfort and enjoyment while visiting the Center.

  • Guests aged 2 and over are required to wear a CDC approved mask that completely covers the nose, mouth and under the chin.
  • All guests aged 5 and over are required to present documentation (printed or digital) of a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of full vaccination status. No home testing will be accepted.

Review the full policy details and requirements at kravis.org/healthsafety

Unauthorized Ticket Distributors

To avoid overpaying for your Kravis Center tickets, always purchase them from our official website, kravis.org. Outside ticketing companies and ticket brokers often appear to be trustworthy, but they are not affiliated with the Kravis Center. As a result, tickets purchased through these unauthorized ticket distributors are often double or triple the cost. We cannot provide customer service notifications or refunds for tickets purchased from unauthorized sites, unauthorized ticket distributors or brokers. View page for more information.

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